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2013-04-25 | Netia S.A. launches first 100G network in Poland
Selects Nokia Siemens Networks’ standardized optical platform to provide 40-fold increase in bandwidth
Netia S.A., Poland’s largest alternative provider of fixed-line telecommunications services, has become the country’s first operator to introduce 100G (gigabit per second) wavelengths in its optical fiber network. Based on Nokia Siemens Networks’ optical transport DWDM (dense wavelength division multiplexing) platform hiT 7300* and 100 GbE (Gigabit Ethernet)** transponder, the upgraded network provides a 40-fold increase in capacity. The solution was integrated seamlessly into Netia S.A.’s existing fiber optical infrastructure provided by a third party vendor, thereby protecting its investment in its infrastructure.
2013-04-24 | Ooredoo launches 4G network to provide ultra-fast mobile broadband in Qatar
Nokia Siemens Networks has provided a complete radio and core network infrastructure
Ooredoo has launched ultra-fast 4G mobile broadband services with data speeds up to three to six times faster than 3G for its customers in Doha. Nokia Siemens Networks as the sole supplier built the complete LTE (long term evolution) radio and core network for the operator.
2013-04-16 | M1 modernizes network to ensure better voice, data services in Singapore
Nokia Siemens Networks implements its Liquid Core platform and radio network, refarms GSM 900 MHz frequency to expand operator’s 3G network
Customers of M1, a leading full-service provider of mobile and fixed communications in Singapore, will soon enjoy enhanced voice and data services with improved network connectivity and coverage. To achieve this, M1 has commissioned Nokia Siemens Networks to strengthen its voice core network and expand its 3G network by using its service expertise, implementing its Liquid Core* and radio networks, and refarming the GSM 900 MHz band.
2013-04-09 | Nokia Siemens Networks launches mobile broadband innovation competition in Israel
Invites Israeli high-tech companies to exploit full potential of Liquid Applications
Nokia Siemens Networks is launching its Israel Innovation Competition today. The competition aims to capture high-tech innovations that complement the company’s industry-changing Liquid Applications solution. Companies, start-ups and entrepreneurs in Israel are called to submit their applications and help shape the future of mobile communications.
2013-04-04 | AIS selects Nokia Siemens Networks to deploy 3G network in Thailand
To roll out 3G services in 2100 MHz band to meet growing demand
To provide AIS with fast time to market for a supreme mobile broadband experience, Nokia Siemens Networks will provide its Flexi Multiradio Base Station and packet core solution. Together with its mobile turnkey solution and care services, the company’s Operating Support System (OSS) solutions will ensure the quality of AIS’ 3G network.
2013-04-03 | TIM Brasil selects Nokia Siemens Networks to build 4G LTE network
Vendor’s Single RAN to help operator deliver ultra-fast mobile broadband services for upcoming Football Cup events
Customers of TIM Brasil will soon enjoy super-fast 4G LTE (long term evolution) mobile broadband services. The operator has selected Nokia Siemens Networks to deploy an LTE network layer on top of the operator’s existing 2G and 3G networks in the 2.6 GHz frequency band.
2013-03-27 | Nokia Siemens Networks powers Tango 4G service, first in Luxembourg
Also enables country’s first personalized data tariffs
Tango, Luxembourg’s innovative telco operator, has become the country’s first to offer 4G mobile broadband services and provide personal mobile data service plans. Nokia Siemens Networks implemented its Liquid Core* network and its Circuit Switched FallBack (CSFB)** system as the sole core supplier for the launch of the Tango 4G, LTE (long term evolution), services. In addition, Nokia Siemens Networks implemented subscriber data management allowing the operator to provide country’s first personalized data tariffs.
2013-03-20 | Nokia Siemens Networks helps Polkomtel offer voice services with LTE
Implements approach to enable voice calls to use 3G network from LTE-capable device
Polkomtel, the Polish operator of the Plus network, has implemented Nokia Siemens Networks’ approach to providing voice call services alongside LTE (long term evolution). The approach, called Circuit Switched FallBack (CSFB)*, seamlessly switches customers to Polkomtel’s 3G network to make voice calls, when using devices that receive the operators ultra-fast LTE mobile broadband service.
2013-03-15 | Telefónica I+D, Nokia Siemens Networks demonstrate increased spectral efficiency, intelligent control for optical networks
Successful lab-trial of Nokia Siemens Networks’ FlexiGrid architecture in Telefónica I+D labs demonstrates significantly increased automation, performance and resilience in optical networks
Telefónica I+D, R&D labs of Telefónica, one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world, and Nokia Siemens Networks have successfully tested the integration of Nokia Siemens Networks’ innovative FlexiGrid* technology with a standards-based control system for optical networks. This advanced optical architecture is based on Nokia Siemens Networks’ commercially available hiT 7300** platform. It significantly improved network efficiency, optimized capacity and throughput, and service flexibility, laying the foundation for enhanced end-user services.
2013-03-07 | BH Telecom selects Nokia Siemens Networks to deploy 3G network
Expansion and modernization of BH mobile network to improve customer experience
BH Telecom is upgrading its network to provide 3G mobile broadband access across the northern and eastern parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The company has chosen Nokia Siemens Networks to provide the 3G HSPA+ radio access network and related services for the rollout. Subscribers of BH Telecom will then be set to enjoy an overall improved communications experience including greater coverage, excellent mobile broadband and multimedia services.